Like our barns, our arenas are individually designed and can be fully customized to complement your facility. We can minimize the "warehouse" look, while adding lots of natural light and ventilation so that it's a great place to ride!
Below are a few examples of our completed projects to help illustrate a few of the
choices available for windows, siding and interior finishes.
The 90' x 200' glu-lam arena at Ravenswood Farm in Pluckemin, NJ has beautiful
architectural detail, with cedar shingles, dormers and and lots of big windows
for more natural light and ventilation. (see interior photo below)
The interior of the indoor arena at Ravenswood Farm (also pictured above) features
beautiful glu-laminated wood truss columns and rafters.
The interior of the indoor arena at Gantsoudes Farm (above) in Orange, VA. Fully-finished interior with beautiful arched detail between the arena and the barn; dust-free footing. Large windows on the long side and gable ends provide great natural light and ventilation.
Anstu Farm in Millbrook, NY - this 84' x 200' wood truss arena features board & batten
siding, a full wrap-around band of large sliding windows and a bell-topped cupola
Red Tail Farm in Bedminster, NJ - the 90' x 180' wood scissors truss arena is fully insulated
and finished with an all-wood interior for a sleek, polished look.
Westview Farms in Pawling, NY (above) - the 100'x200' steel-framed arena has a
fully-finished interior, with walls and ceiling covered in tongue & groove pine. The pine
has been given a light honey stain and poly-coated; the steel columns and trusses have
been painted in a color to blend with the wood. With large, operating windows and
skylights, the arena is flooded with natural light and cross ventilation.
Little Creek Farm in North Salem, NY - the 110' x 204' steel-framed arena (see interior below)
has a beautiful exterior of cedar shiplap siding with cedar shingles in the gables.
The barns in the foreground are also cedar.
The interior of the steel-framed arena at Little Creek Farm (also pictured above)
shows the advantages of large roll-up windows and a wide skylight panel at the
ridge -- lots of natural light and cross ventilation.
The interior of a recently-completed glu-laminated wood arena (above) at
Silver Oak Stable in St James, NY
Plain Dealing Farm in Scottsville, VA - a 100' x 200' steel framed indoor arena with wood
siding and an attached two-story viewing room. Large roll-up windows provide lots of
natural light and cross ventilation.
Pavillion Farm in North Salem, NY - this 84' x 204' wood truss arena with an attached barn
(not visible here) is built with an outdoor arena in the courtyard.
Sprieser Sporthorses in Marshall, VA - 90' x 226' wood truss arena with board & batten
siding and architectural shingle roofing. Large sliding windows all around for great natural
light and ventilation.
An example of shiplap siding with a metal roof - 84' x 200' wood truss arena
in Annapolis, Maryland. (see interior below)
The fully-finished, all-wood interior in the above 84' x 200' arena has a wide skylight
section and large windows for natural light and ventilation.
Old Stone Farm in Staatsburg, NY - the 78'x168' indoor wood scissors truss
arena is "hidden" between the high gables on each end.
Interior of the arena at Old Stone Farm (below) - fully finished in wood, with
mirrors across the gable end.
The new Performance Evaluation Center at New Bolton Center, Kennett Square, PA
(world-renowned veterinary campus of the University of Pennsylvania)
The 80'x124' arena features Hardi Panel board & batten siding, with King custom-made
8'x8' aluminum framed sliding windows and sliding door with windows for great natural
light and ventilation
First ride - Three generations (right to left - mom, granddaughter and daughter) in their newly-
completed 84'x204'x18' wood truss indoor at Epic Farm in Middlefield, CT.
Large roll-up windows, clear panels along the roof's ridge and three venting cupolas insure
lots of natural light and cross ventilation. Viewing room at far end, plus an open air viewing
space behind the riding guard. Light, bright dust-free footing.
A pavilion style, like this 80' x 200' arena in Virginia, provides an option for equestrians
who want a covered riding surface without the enclosed sides of a conventional arena.
We can also construct an arena with a mix of materials, such as this fully-finished wood
scissors truss arena with wooden walls and a white metal ceiling in Wrightstown, NJ.
The white panels help to reflect the light for a bright, airy interior.
This wood scissors truss 80' x 200' arena in Middleburgh, VA features a combination
of translucent panels and sliding windows. See interior below
The interior of the Middleburgh VA horse arena - great natural light and cross ventilation.
Rendez-vous Farm in Ashford, CT - this 100' x 200' arena
is steel-framed, with steel siding and a shingle roof.
Both the exterior and the interior (see below) have a clean,
With its wide roll-up windows and a
skylight panel along the ridge, this arena
has excellent natural light and ventilation.